Immigration Law

An Overview of Our Miami Immigration Law Practice

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As a Board-Certified Immigration and Nationality Law attorney, Alex Solomiany is considered an expert in all areas of immigration law. The following provides an overview of the types of cases handled by the

Permanent Residence/Immigrant Visas (“Green Cards”)

There are two ways to obtain lawful permanent residence in the United States: family-sponsored residence and employment-based residence. With nearly 23 years of experience guiding individuals and families through the immigration process, Mr. Solomiany can let you know if you meet the requirements and give you an honest assessment of the outcome.

Nonimmigrant Visas

Nonimmigrant visas allow you to live and work in the United States for a specific period of time and for a particular specialized temporary purpose. Nonimmigrant visas include temporary visitors for business or pleasure (B-1/B-2); professional workers (H-1B, E-3); investors (E); religious workers (R-1); intracompany transferees (L-1); artists (O, P); students (F-1); fiances (K-1); and others. Mr. Solomiany assists small and large multinational corporations with the immigration needs of their employees.


Mr. Solomiany guides individuals and families through the naturalization and citizenship process.

Removal/Deportation Defense

Mr. Solomiany represents immigrants in removal proceedings before U.S. Immigration Courts throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. He also handles appeals of removal orders in U.S. District Courts and Circuit Courts of Appeals.

Criminal Defense Cases

Mr. Solomiany has extensive experience representing immigrants who are charged with crimes ranging from passport fraud to drug trafficking. He also represents detained immigrants in bond hearings.

With a background in both criminal law and immigration law, he understands the immigration consequences of a criminal conviction and can identify defenses and plea bargains that might keep you from facing deportation.

Discuss Your Immigration Goals With a Board-Certified Immigration Lawyer

To arrange a consultation with attorney Alex Solomiany, call or fill out the contact form on this Web site. The , is located on 999 Brickell Avenue PH1102 Miami, FL 33131.